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Old 1st August 2020, 21:46   #11
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Wouldn't that be a little fragile?


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It's no use inside the car but you do have a lovely hammer. I suppose you could keep one of those in your trousers' pocket
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All you need is a spring loaded centre punch.

Very small, very effective. One quick prod. Kpow !!!!!---
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You could always move the button to the dash
That must be difficult to do neatly like you have done it. How about a 'how to do it post' please
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Old 4th August 2020, 16:44   #15
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That must be difficult to do neatly like you have done it. How about a 'how to do it post' please
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It's just a dummy to fill the hole left after fitting the temp gauge to a 2 hole panel I wouldn't have thought it very difficult to really fit it
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